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Headquarters Fort Pepperell St Johns Newfoundland
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Construction at Pepperrell, 1941
Fort Pepperrell, United States Army Air Force - St. John's, Newfoundland - World War II Sites on Waymarking.com
Camp Alexander, 1941
The Edmund B. Alexander, 1941
Base Headquarters Building, Fort Pepperrell, ca. 1950
Fort Pepperrell. View Images
Corner view of Building 223, 2000.; Public Works and Government Services Canada/
Fort Pepperrell, United States Army Air Force - St. John's, Newfoundland - World War II Sites on Waymarking.com
Panoramic view of Fort Pepperrell, Newfoundland, across Quidi Vidi Lake, April 1942.
Fort Pepperrell, United States Army Air Force - St. John's, Newfoundland - World War II Sites on Waymarking.com
308TH STATION HOSPITAL AT FORT PEPPERRELL, Newfoundland. The basement, shown rising above ground level, was a completely self-contained bombproof unit to ...
United States Army troop transport ship Edmund B. Alexander
INSTALLATIONS IN NEWFOUNDLAND. Barracks at Fort Pepperrell (top). U.S. Army supply dock, St. John's harbor (bottom).
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Construction at Fort Pepperrell, 1941 Construction at Fort Pepperrell began in May 1941. Builders
Photo: INSTALLATIONS IN NEWFOUNDLAND. U.S. Army .supply dock, St. John's harbor
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Argentia, ca. 1942-3
Pleasantville-Building 223
Canada Lands Corp. will sell much of the land in Pleasantville to private companies as part of an ambitious redevelopment plan. ((CBC))
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This road in the White Hills area of St. John's leads towards a former American military dumpsite that was abandoned when the U.S. base Fort Pepperrell shut ...
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The port side of the Edmund B. Alexander, docked in the St. John's
St. John's, Nfld. 1961
Recognized Federal Heritage Building. St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador
The Ruins of Castle Hill, Placentia, ca. 1894
Houses in St. John's are typically painted in bright colours.
CFS St. John's
A former American military dumpsite in the White Hills area of St. John's is pictured in these photographs taken during the summer of 2015.
Residents of St. John's wait for Charles Danielle's coffin to arrive by train in the
Cabot Tower on Signal Hill. Map of St. John's ...
Coastline of the Waterside neighbourhood. Some residences, storage shacks, and wharves are primarily made of wood. Houses in St. John's ...
Fort Pepperrell, United States Army Air Force - St. John's, Newfoundland - World War II Sites on Waymarking.com
View of the American base of Fort Pepperrell, near Quidi Vidi Lake, St. John's Newfoundland (1944)
Arts And Culture Centre
Coldwell Banker ProCo | 20 Augusta Court St. John's Newfoundland & Labrador A1A0N7
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Barrack Green Armoury
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Scotch on the Rock presents Robbie Burns Tasting at CFS St.John's Rickett's Mess and Fort Pepperrell Mess, St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador
Civillian workers who built and worked at Fort Pepperrell, US Army base. Photo taken around John's, Newfoundland.
B is for babies: Janeway Children's Hospital still delivers after 50 years | CBC News
House For Sale | 153 Forest Road Unit#12, St John's
View of buildings once part of Fort Pepperrell. Photo taken in 2014
St Johns Daily News newspaper archives
The St John's, Newfoundland fire of 1892 destroyed some two thirds of the city, leaving 12 000 homeless (courtesy Library and Archives Canada).
Charles Danielle's coffin with a glass top, on display inside his Octagon Castle in the
The Janeway moved to its current home, in the Health Science Complex, in St. John's in 2001. (CBC)
View from Signal Hill, St. John's, NL, about 1900
Commercial | 422 Logy Bay Road Unit#9, St. John's
The Story of the Pleasantville Camp - St. John's, Newfoundland - Signs of History on Waymarking.com
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Fog settling over The Battery, a neighbourhood in St. John's, the foggiest city in Canada.
Confederation Building, St. John's, Newfoundland, 1963. Capital Of Canada, Canadian
Northeast Air Command
Fort Pepperrell in St. John's, Newfoundland - was an American Air Force Base from 1941 until 1960.
10 Selfridge Road Unit#402 St. John's, Newfoundland & Labrador
Land For Sale | 6 Waterview Place, St. John's
Water Street St Johns, Newfoundland--far left building and upstairs was or first flat in St Johns.
Undated footage of the Anglican church in Quidi Vidi Village. (CBC)
Map of St. John's (1869), The Harbour, fortifications Fort William and Fort Townsend
One of last American WW II-era buildings demolished in Pleasantville | CBC News
St Johns Daily News newspaper archives
Goose Air Base, ca. 1942
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Fort Pepperrell, St. John's, Newfoundland, 1942. Now called Pleasantville. Newfoundland
The original headquarters of Benevolent Irish Society, St.
St. John's hosts North America's oldest annual sporting event, the Royal St. John's Regatta
St John First built as a church in 1817, the hall was rebuilt after the fires of 1817 and 1892. From 1910 to 1976 it was used as a union hall.
Culture[edit]
Coldwell Banker ProCo | 20 Augusta Court St. John's Newfoundland & Labrador A1A0N7
Transformation, Development, and WWII Legacies of Quidi Vidi's Wartime Landscape
St. John's International Airport serves as the international airport for the metropolitan area. It is the second busiest airport in Atlantic Canada.
91 Allandale Place Unit#9 St. John's, Newfoundland & Labrador
61 DUCKWORTH Street Unit#102 ST. JOHN'S, Newfoundland & Labrador
Downtown St. John's from Signal Hill
Serving those who serve
1962 CBN St Johns Newfoundland Canada
Charming NEWFOUNDLAND Map WHIMSICAL Gallery Wall by plaindealing Newfoundland Map, Newfoundland And Labrador, Pictorial
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Transformation, Development, and WWII Legacies of Quidi Vidi's Wartime Landscape
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Located on the northeast coast of the Avalon Peninsula, St. John's is North America's most easterly city.
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Greenland Base Command HQ Sign, about 1943
View from Signal Hill
Mile One Centre is an multi-purpose indoor arena. It is used as the home arena for the NBLC's St. John's Edge and the ECHL's Newfoundland Growlers.
280 Blackmarsh Road St. John's, Newfoundland & Labrador
Hydro Place in St. John's, headquarters of Nalcor Energy and subsidiary Newfoundland and Labrador
Harbor Defenses of Portsmouth - 12-inch (305 mm) disappearing gun emplacement,
St. John's shortly after the Great Fire of 1892. The fire destroyed a significant portion of the city.
The Basilica of St. John the Baptist is the seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of St. John's. Catholicism is the largest religion in the city.
Colonial Building